1931, Ten Cents A Dance The highest ranked movie I have seen is DOUBLE INDEMNITY. 107 min Stars:

Hey John….Stanwyck has the box office stats…..but Davis has all of the Oscar hardware….which when people look back into history that always gives Davis the age…though in fairness to Stanwyck she did finish in 11th place on the AFI list….so her peers thought she was one of the best….too bad she is almost forgotten by non-classic movie fans. 60% rating or higher should indicate a good movie. Glad you liked the pictorial aspects of the presentation. The Lady Eve (1941) 4.



Stella Martin Dallas 1 I read that when Valentino died some women committed suicide but I never heard of that happening because of Elvis’ death though I gather that it nearly happened with one of your female readers when Gregory Peck passed away ! 2 Episodes (1959), Rawhide Jane Cowl,

So you have seen 22 of her movies….I have now seen…..counting…22….so I had you by one on the great Kate page…and trailing by two on Stanwyck’s page. 1941 Barbara Stanwyck, 2 COMMENTS ON VIDEO (1) you know Steve until I read your opening quote it never occurred to me how piercing Stanwyck’s eyes were (2) I was pleased that your selection included 10 of her 1950s movies. Want to know the best Barbara Stanwyck (1907-1990) movies? The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946) 9. The Best Films in the Public Domain#78 of 142 The Best Film Noir Movies. 1931, Ladies Of Leisure

in Baby Face, with Robert Preston in Union Pacific, terrified in her bed in Sorry Wrong Number, with the very young Heflin and Kirk in Strange Love of Martha Ivers, solo as Stella Dallas, with a happy Fred in Remember the Night and a sombre MacMurray in Double Indemnity.

Paul Douglas, 4 Episodes (1962), Roustabout Wife



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Double Indemnity (1944)AA Best Picture NomAA Best Actress Nom Lewis Milestone Drama, Film-Noir. Robert Wise

[Bob gasps] That’s John Wayne’s real name for any noob looking in.



Marian Ormsby A family vacationing on the coast of Mexico have to cope with multiple threats to their safety. Barbara Stanwyck, 1 Episode (1964), The Jack Benny Program Barbara Stanwyck, Walter Huston. Kitty Lane Lily "Baby Face" Powers 1933, Ladies They Talk About 1 Episode (2004), Hollywood Collection table.wpDataTable td, table.wpDataTable th { white-space: normal !important; }

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She moved to television in the 1960s and became very popular for her role in the Western series 'The Big Valley' (1965-69), which is considered one of her best roles. Double Indemnity (1941) 2.

She signed on with Columbia Pictures after coming to national attention with Frank Capra’s Ladies of Leisure (1930), and began to solidly establish herself as an actress to be reckoned with.

Watch it now. Thanks for sharing those movie thoughts….even if you put Marion in a bad light….lol. After the success of the The Noose she decided to change her name. 1947, The Two Mrs. Carrolls Hey Bob….good thoughts on Stanwyck’s movie career and Steve’s video……the most shocking thing to me is that one ONE of her movies won an Oscar in any category……all these great movies….and only 1953’s Titanic is the one that can claim to be an “Oscar winning movie”.

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Sort by how many Oscar® nominations and how many Oscar® wins each Barbara Stanwyck movie received. Hi Bob, thanks for the generous rating, review, info, trivia, observation and comparison, it is appreciated. 80 min

1948, The Other Love An insurance representative lets himself be talked by a seductive housewife into a murder/insurance fraud scheme that arouses the suspicion of an insurance investigator. Mae marries Jerry and has a baby; she is happy but restless, drawn to Jerry's friend Earl. The Lady Eve (1941) Lulu Smith Director:

Her film roles earned her four nominations for the 'Academy Award for Best Actress' – for ‘Stella Dallas’ (1937), ‘Ball of Fire’ (1941), ‘Double Indemnity’ (1944) and ‘Sorry, Wrong Number’ (1948).

If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Barbara Stanwyck films to end the squabble once and for all. Does Hereditary live up to its hype?

Lists that rank the greatest performers to hit the large and small screens. Walter Brennan, Approved Most 100 Million Dollar Movies of All-Time. 1 Episode (1987), Hollywood Goes to Town

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Burt Lancaster, That fella in the Baby Face still is none other than Marion Morrison would you believe! The American Film Institute ranks Barbara Stanwyck as the 11th greatest actress of all-time. Anyway back to business and I thought the standout STILLS were Lobby Card for Night Nurse, with George Brent [I presume?] /* td inner border color */

The fact that we believe everything she does has much to do with Barbara Stanwyck’s own personal background. $5.72M, Unrated Anne Vincent | Barbara Stanwyck is the Godmother of Tori Spelling. The power of Cary Grant…..he connected with so many different people.

2 Can’t help feeling though that in the archives there is a Tweedie movie somewhere that’ hasn’t been released and is just waiting for an outing and a 10/10. Academy Award® and Oscar® are the registered trademarks of the Academy of Motion Arts and Sciences.

Van Heflin, | 1930, The Locked Door 1937, His Brother's Wife 10 Episodes (2000-2001), The Thorn Birds She starred in The Barbara Stanwyck Show (1961-62), The Big Valley (1965-1969), and The Colbys (1985-86). | Drama, Romance. Charles Coburn, Here are my favorite Stanwyck vehicles. | They started their relationship when he was 22 and she was 45….it lasted 4 years. Jessie Bourne

Another pal of mine who is not an idolater and who also has little interest in movie stars nevertheless confided me once that he liked Grant. Rating 1949, East Side, West Side

Nope I grieved by myself when Grant died….but I did keep lots of articles that came out after he passed….including a People magazine with him on the cover, many different newspapers that covered his passing. When Lora Hart (Stanwyck) accepts a job as a private nurse for the wealthy Mrs. Richey (Charlotte Merriam, wonderfully exaggerated) she starts to suspect Mrs. Richey’s chauffeur (a sneering Clark Gable) of keeping Mrs. Richey soused so she won’t notice the state of her children. Barbara Stanwyck's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. https://www.amazon.com/Rating-Movie-Stars-Joel-Hirschhorn/dp/0517414449, My overall Top 10 1941, You Belong To Me Those four movies were…1937’s Stella Dallas, 1941’s Ball of Fire, 1944’s Double Indemnity and 1948’s Sorry Wrong Number.

. Stars: Meet John Doe (1941) 6.

Presumably Fred’s unique top billing generally was because he had the real lead in the film, the story being told in voice -over as well through his eyes and he was seldom if ever off the screen. Pearl

These films feature her as tough-skinned and sometimes tawdry working dames — roles that could easily be clichéd by lesser actresses in films that often went way over the top. |

Btw my old Keira Knightley video seems to have suddenly gone viral, 1000 views a day, it’s one of the great mysteries of our age. She did better in the early thirties, and through most of the fifties. Cattle Queen is the movie that made Reagan think about other career options…that turned out well for him.

Vance Jeffords 116 min Released: 1950. Ok before we get started on this Barbara Stanwyck movie page let’s get some behind the scenes information out of the way.

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Speaking of Oscar® talk….here is a crazy piece of trivia. Stanwyck was the more versatile, I think, and might actually have done better in her later years, but on TV with The Big Valley and The Thorn Birds. Joan Gordon Shawshanks tops the Godfather at IMDb….but that is the only place that happens. (1932) $51.10 million adjusted worldwide box office, These Wilder Years (1956) $38.00 million adjusted worldwide box office, This Is My Affair (1937) $171.70 million adjusted worldwide box office, To Please A Lady (1950) $146.40 million adjusted worldwide box office, Two Mrs. Carrolls, The (1947) $219.10 million adjusted worldwide box office, Woman in Red, The (1935) $43.40 million adjusted worldwide box office. 1 Episode (2007), Barbara Stanwyck: Fire & Desire 3.

23 Episodes (1983-1983), Charlie's Angels [A thought has just struck me. 1. Barbara Stanwyck, June Allyson, And my sources weren’t impressed with Capra’s Meet John Doe.

Carolyn Martin Dean Jagger, In her filmography, there are not a lot of award-winning films.

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There are still 4000 films on my list waiting to be scored.